Ask around – we are sure the autumn is possibly the most popular season thanks to the beautiful colours, crunchy leaves and cosy nights in! But what about when you are driving? What should you be aware of? We have our top three tips here in our latest blog! Continue reading
A recent survey carried out by Post Office Money has uncovered what us Brits think is the best beach in the world. And it is safe to say, it’s not exactly exotic!
This beautiful beach is found near Lands’ End in Cornwall, one of the country’s most beautiful beaches – make sure this is on the list of beaches to visit if you are in the area!
With four miles of stunning and pristine white sand, Studland Bay, Dorset drops gradually into a light blue ocean before getting deeper and deeper into the sea.
Found in Kent, Botany Bay is the most northerly found of all of Broadstairs’s beaches and many argue that it is it by far the prettiest of the bunch.
Newport is the third largest city in Wales, with a city population of 145,736. The charming city can be found in south east Wales on the River Usk, around 12 miles northeast of the welsh capital, Cardiff. Granted city status in 2002, Newport hosted the Ryder Cup in 2010 and will be the venue of the 2014 NATO summit. A variety of major regeneration projects have been carried out on the city since 2004.
With Spring around the corner and the Easter break approaching just as fast, it’s the perfect time to enjoy a motorhome holiday with your loved ones. Here at Azure Motorhome Hire, we have a wide range of motorhomes to choose from this Easter, perfect for a family break in the picturesque British countryside. Here, we have some great tips and ideas for keeping the whole family entertained with stress being kept to a minimum!
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland, in fact, Glasgow is the third largest city in the whole of the United Kingdom. With a population of around 600,000 and a population density of 8,790 per square mile, Glasgow has the highest population density in Scotland. The entire region surrounding the city covers is roughly 2.3 million people, 41% of Scotland’s population.
St Asaph lies between Denbigh and the coastal town of Rhyl in north-east Wales. The city is full of breath-taking views, enchanting history and is even home to the smallest cathedral in Britain. With a population close to 3,700, St Asaph is home to the North Wales Music Festival, which is held in the cathedral each year towards the end of September.